>OMG so epic, such a powerful scene, he doesnt need to talk to communicate his feelings
last scene of TFA
>Such a shitty scene, he doesnt even talk,fuck you JJ
Not only was I pissed that luke didnt even speak for his big reveal, but I was pissed that him and rey just kept staring at eachother for an uncomfortable amount of time before we get a completely out of place helicopter shot into credits.
It could have been a little more bearable if they reduced the length of the staring.
I could almost deal with Luke staying mute if he had just done something other than give that thousand yard stare, like force whip his light saber out of Rey's hand into his own and spark it up.
What is Luke trying to convey at the end of TFA? Constipation?
Then they finish on that abortion of a closing shot with the helicopter and you just sit there in your seat, and you know you've been fucking swindled. You're a chump. You think to yourself, why the fuck am I even here on opening day for this cookie cutter 5/10 Disney action movie. Fucking Star Wars iconography everywhere. That's the only reason you're there. You handed over your shekels and became a victim of Mickey's hype machine.
My anon, the binary sunset scene appears after having met and seen this Vader's wife's son for like ten minutes.
In TFA this incest-friendly farmboy is the Macguffin of the entire movie and he only appears at the very end, without being given anything to say.
He could even be Luke's evil clone Luuke instead.
>Rey starts hearing Luke's voice in her head
>"The Force is strong in my family. My father had it, my sister had it. You have that power too"
>Rey isn't seen extending her arm, just her sad face because she found his father after so many years
>Luke's speechless, sad face is him being overwhelmed by finally meeting her daughter
>Movie cuts to end credis with Luke's face, no helicopter shot
It would be better if he said something in those lines
>it belongs to you now
>I have other lightsaber with greater power of life "takes off his robe"
>his dick giving her the stare
>go to helicopter shot
I cried two different times watching this.
This isn't even bait, the second one was really embarrassing because I was emotional still after the movie and everyone could see my crying face.
>"Wow that looks pretty cool, never seen anything like that before. Tatooine isn't such a shit hole after all"
>Last scene of TFA
>Luke has apparently just been sitting on the edge of the cliff doing nothing, waiting for Rey
>Awkwardly stares past the camera, then cuts to Rey showing him the saber and a retarded look on her face
>Suddenly cuts to completely out of place and obvious helicopter panning shot as LE EBIN NOSTALGIA MUSIC xDDD plays
>I thought having the camera in motion was a good thing
Can anyone tell me what's so bad about that last panning helicopter shot? I mean when you think of the OT's a last shot like that completely makes sense even though it can come over as a bit corny it's fitting in that Universe.
He shouldn't have said anything.
But I think it would've been great if she held out the lightsaber to him, he looked at her, then the lightsaber, then drew his own lightsaber to show he didn't need it or something.
I haven't watched it yet. If there are no themes, no motifs, nothing but generica and unmemorable atmospheric filler, then yes, they're comparable.
But listen to the ost seperately. Do you find any of it memorable? Besides the classic themes of course; and even those were used very sparsely.
I really don't know. Other than the first few minutes which are used in the end of every SW, the rest of it is Rey's theme (which is a joke as a theme) and just filler tripe.
Yeah, they can have 150 or so people, daily.
>paying to see a Star Wars movie after 1999
What the fuck did you expect? After the disappointing Phantom Menace movie, every sane person should have realized that the franchise is dead. When Lucas sold it to Disney the final nail in the coffin was placed. I get that some people need to see it regardless, but why not pirate? Get off your high horse and pirate every shekel grabbing movie out there. They shouldn't be making profits off these crap movies or else they will keep making them.
> The end scene now takes place at night as Rey and Fin approach a black figure sitting in a meditation like position, silhouetted against a small fire. There’s a small camp site with R2-D2 off to the right. The final shot is simply Luke half looking around to see who is there, teary eyed.
A bit like pic related but not looking evil n shit,
What emotion is Luke trying to convey here?
He looks angry, but kind of sad. So is he pissed off that somebody found him and that it was the girl he tried to hide away? And is he sad because of Han and/or because she is his daughter?